Vidyant Hindu PG College Lucknow admission, courses, fees, review, photos and campus video details. The history of this College goes back to a person's dream, he was Mr Ram Gopal Vidyant, conferred upon the title of Vidya-Anant-Vageeshwari, later culminated into Vidyant. He had to swim across the village river to reach his school. So he took promise from his two sons that they would built a school for children. They were so busy in their professional life as Visionary and Planner of today’s Lucknow, shaping its architecture in the form of Charbagh Railway Station, Pucca Pul, Allahabad Bank and Central Bank buildings at Hazratganj etc., during the first half of the 20th century that they forgot the promise of building a school for little torch-bearers. One of them was Mr Hari PrasadTo know more about Vidyant Hindu PG College Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, please visit their website at www.vidyantcollege.org, where you can check news update, application form, exam dates, admit cards, placement drive dates, and more other important details. Vidyant Hindu PG College Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh is well known college/university among students these days.
Central Library of the College is the liveliest place in the College premises. It contains about 20000 standard editions of Reference Books, Text Books, Series, Encyclopedia, Dictionaries, Thesaurus, Atlas and Research Publications. The Library covers almost all the realms of Humanities, Social Sciences and Commerce. Maintaining the scholarly tradition of the College, the Library has some rarest rare collections in the areas of Literature, History and various Social Sciences. The Library catalogue is fully digitalized. Faculty members, students and staff may get internet and photocopy/printing facilities in the Library. The College Library also comprises a Reading Room supplied with important Hindi, English and Urdu National Dailies and various important informatory, ideological and analytical Periodicals, Magazines and Journals covering almost all domains of Humanities, Social Sciences and Commerce. In addition to the Central Library, there are three other Libraries in the College premises